In a crucial Group-A match between India and Bangladesh in World T20 2014, India won the match comfortably by 8 wickets. We shall look at the players during this match made big impact over the game with their poor performances which costed their team.

Top 5 flops of India-Bangladesh match:

Al-Amin Hossain (Bangladesh):

In a short span Al-Amin has gained a good reputation with his performances during the World T20 also. But his performance against India was disappointing. He picked the wicket of Dhawan but he was hit by the other batsmen for big ones. Rohit, Kohli and Dhoni all warmed up against him as he conceded 38 in four overs.

RA Jadeja (India):

This Indian all-rounder has a lot of expectations from the captain. Being a regular batman, he has been in the squad due to his bowling. He hasn’t performed up to his mark in the earlier games and continued it in the game against Bangladesh. He picks up wickets regularly and contains runs when needed. But he hasn’t been effective as he conceded 30 runs in his 4 overs against Bangladesh.

Shikhar Dhawan (India):

Known as one of the promising opener of India, Dhawan has been looked like he isn’t in the form. With many requests over the opening due, Dhawan failed with bat scoring just a run. He haven’t performed at least like Rohit had to. He hasn’t been active even in the field as he missed a chance of run-out and miss-fielding efforts.

Tamim Iqbal (Bangladesh):

Tamim Iqbal has been known as the Dashing opener of Bangladesh. He usually begins the innings with his aggressive type of innings. Even against India he started similarly but couldn’t hold on it as he fell for just 6 runs. Even in the recent matches he hasn’t been up to the mark.

Shakib Al Hasan (Bangladesh):

Known as the World’s best T20 all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan hasn’t shown any great efforts in main tournament when compared with qualifiers. He failed both with the bat and ball against India where with the bat he scored just a run and with ball he failed to pick wickets when needed defending a modest of totals.